fnew_line — Write a line break and clear the output buffer.
fnew_line( : : FileHandle : )
fnew_line writes a line break into the output
file defined by the handle
The input file must have been opened with
open_file in text format.
The call of
fnew_line also empties possibly retained data from the
output buffer into the file (see
Which characters are written as line break depends on the operating system: under Windows the sequence '\r\n' (carriage return + line feed) is used as the standard line break, under Linux just '\n' (line feed).
fwrite_string(FileHandle,'Good Morning') fnew_line(FileHandle)
If an output file is open and it can be written to the file,
returns the value 2 (H_MSG_TRUE). Otherwise, an exception is raised.